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The use of chloroquine treatment for Plasmodium falciparum malaria was abandoned in China in 1979 because of widespread drug resistance. Subsequent studies found decreases in the prevalence of chloroquine-resistant strains. To evaluate these decreases and assess the current status of chloroquine sensitivity in Hainan, China, we determined the prevalence of(More)
It is evident from various epidemiological studies that consumption of fruits and vegetables is essential to maintain health and in the disease prevention. Present study was designed to examine phenolic contents and antioxidant properties of three varieties of Crataegus pinnatifida (Chinese hawthorn). Shanlihong variety exhibited elevated levels of total(More)
OBJECTIVE To study the anti-HBV effects of the ethanol extract from Radix et Rhizoma Rhei. METHODS The influence of the ethanol extract from Radix et Rhizoma Rhei on the secretion of HBeAg and HBsAg was observed through the culture of the 2.2.15 cell with the ethanol extract. RESULTS 11 days after the ethanol extract's action on the 2.2.15 cell, its 50%(More)
(2016). Fast elimination of malaria by infectious source eradication with artemisinin-based compound. Malaria is one of the three most hazardous infectious diseases (HIV/AIDS, Malaria and tuberculosis) in the world. Since 1960, falciparum malaria gradually became resistant to original antimalarial drugs such as Chloroquine and Fan-sidar. With the global(More)
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